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:00. it will feature a panel of experts on medicare and social security. still to come, big sports hearing set for this week. we look at both of them. plus rumors are swirling. why the redskins say they remove seats from the fedex field. >> are you ready for the heat and humidity? how about heat index readings above 105 degrees? the fall forecast with a look a >> taking a look at the week ahead, the army psychiatrist charged in the mass shooting at fort hood will appear in court. major nadal hassan will appear on thursday. the arraignment will be his first court appearance since it was determined he would face the death penalty. he faces 13 counts of murder and 32 attempted murder charges for the rampage. the former head of the international monetary fund is expected to appear in court tomorrow. dominique strauss-kahn is accused of sexually assaulting a maid at a hotel in new york. he was released from house arrest earlier this month as prosecutors presented evidence questioning the credibility of the maid. the first presidential debate will be held solely through twitter on wednesday. the eve
speaker boehner can round up enough votes to pass it and it may be too big for congress to deal with, with only a week left. >> and earlier tonight, i talked about these issues with politico. >> thanks so much for joining us. >> still no deal. >> no deal. >> where do we stand? >> both sides really can't agree on much of anything right now except for the fact that there needs to be some kind of deal at the end. otherwise the united states is going to default. >> it sounds like they're coming together a bit in terms of agreeing that they need to come up with a plan that does not increase government spending. >> right. >> which is new. >> right. and we're seeing john boehner come up with a plan that decreases spending by $1 trillion this year and then another couple trillion after in the years ahead, and then we're also seeing harry reid the, the senate democratic leader coming wup his own plan to decrease the spending. but there's still disagreement on what a final blueprint would look like. >> obama the president is getting just as muc
leader and the senate says the big deal is off the table. >> i am for the biggest deal possible, but we are not going to raise taxes in this horrible economic situation. >> the treasury secretary warned that some sort of deal must get done. >> creditors around the world have said that if congress does not act by august 2. they will downgrade our credit, the first time in history. if that happens, you will see catastrophic damage across the american and global economies. >> president obama reiterated to leaders on sunday that he is willing to make tough choices on entitlements. the talks resume monday. >>> i sat down earlier with politico's reporter to speak about this issue. thanks for joining us tonight, manu. the two sides met. what came of it? >> not a lot. they agreed to talk more. they are no closer to a deal. the president still wants the biggest deal possible. something that he wanted a $4 trillion worth of cuts and deficit cut. that is what john boehner said saturday night he could not agree to because the white house was still insisting on tax revenue as part of the overall pac
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